Chapter 9. DAC and AD RMS

If you’ve been following the news in recent years, you’re aware that a number of organizations have had sensitive information leaked to the wider world. This is because users have been granted access that they shouldn’t have had, or the information wasn’t properly protected in the first place. Dynamic Access Control (DAC) provides a way of dynamically assigning access permissions to content based upon the properties of the content and information about the user and device attempting to access that content. Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) provides a way of securing content through encryption and through rules applied to the operating system and applications on what actions the user can perform with ...

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